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Israel, UAE and Bahrain sign Abraham Accord; Donald Trump says "dawn of new Middle East"
"We are here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict we mark the dawn of a new Middle East," Trump said, moments before the accord was signed at the South Lawns of the White House.
Russia’s message for Pak: Multilateral fora should not be utilised for bilateral matters
Babushkin noted that the incident has taken Moscow b...
Bahrain recognized Israel. Here's why it matters
For the gulf states, Israel is a hedge against the declining role of the United States in th...
Israel, UAE 'normalise' ties: What does the peace deal mean for Middle East and India?
Israel and the UAE - under the benevolent gaze of US President Donald Trump - have signed an agreement to "normalise" relations. The deal op...
Pakistan's house of cards may be failing, with Gulf states openly moving closer to India
Pakistan, on the other hand, is seen moving closer to Turkey and Malaysia - two countries that Saudi Arabia sees as challengers to its stronghold within the Muslim world, according to foreign policy analysts Abdul Basit and Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed writing in the Al Jazeera.
About the growth of radical organisations in the West and their anti-India rhetoric
The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) is a top Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) group in the U.S. that was founded in the 1960s by Jamaatis who had emigrated to the U.S. from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Ghulam Nabi Fai routinely speaks at ICNA events.
Donald Trump’s Iran move at UN amplifies ‘America First’ policy, snubs allies
They see a conflict between President Donald Trump’s decision to walk away from the nuclear accord crafted during the Obama administration, only to rely on the architecture of that 2015 deal to demand stringent new punishments on Iran. And in response to their rebuke, the U.S. ridiculed its allies for “siding with the ayatollahs.”
India has huge potential to tap Middle East markets, investments, says expert
The Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park(SRTI Park), UAE’s premier research and innovation hub, is organising the first edition of the MITT Summit on September 22nd.
Middle East sovereign wealth funds in talks to buy stakes in Reliance Retail: Report
Adia is in discussions about an investment of $750 million at a valuation of roughly $57 billion, according to people familiar with the matter, while the PIF could funnel as much as $1.5 billion into the entity controlled by Ambani’s oil-to-telecom conglomerate Reliance Industries
After multiple crises, this time Lebanese feel broken
Through past political instability, Lebanese always somehow kept their way of life unshaken. This time, it seems to have been wiped away. Over the last 10 months, Lebanese have had to deal with a dizzying series of events that have upended an artificial sense of security.
Middle East Crude-ADNOC cuts Oct term supply; Aramco may cut Oct OSPs
Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is expected to cut its crude oil official selling prices (OSPs) for Asian buyers for a second straight month, tracking a drop in Middle East benchmarks and weak refining margins, industry sources said on Monday
Real estate consulting firm CBRE India launches FM Compass
The platform is especially designed for organization seeking ‘modularity’ and ‘right-fit’ for their business models. The integrated activities provided under its umbrella include are further enhanced with offerings such as Quality audits, Digital catalogue for FM supplies, Concierge services for employees, Supply Chain support, Maintenance and Workplace well-being solutions.
Indian solar power cheap, but much higher than the Middle East, shows report
Tariffs in the Gulf, which has strong solar radiation and lower costs, are less than a rupee per unit, much lower than India. The Gulf region has achieved tariffs in the range of $1.35-1.80 cents/kWh, or less than a rupee per unit. In comparison, India's lowest bid was discovered in July earlier this year at Rs. 2.36 a unit.
LAC row: As Generals meet today, MEA tries to keep talks within political parameters
The foreign ministry will have a representative at the next meeting between senior commanders of Indian and Chinese armies, locked in a stand-off in eastern Ladakh. Naveen Srivastava, joint secretary, East Asia in MEA will join the commanders meeting to be held on Monday for the first time. This will be the first meeting of senior commanders after August 2.
Managed office space providers using innovative ways to generate revenue
Demand for co-working and managed workspace is back as leading players have reported up to 50% fresh leasing in July compared with the pre-Covid times.